Beth Macgregor is a psychologist who began her career in 1993 as a child protection caseworker. She has delivered training in child protection, domestic violence, child development, attachment, infant mental health, neuroscience, trauma, parenting, early childhood sleep, working effectively with vulnerable families, life story work, foster care, counselling, motivational interviewing and conflict resolution.
She has worked with psychologists, social workers, counsellors, welfare professionals, occupational therapists, mental health specialists, foster carers, doctors, nurses, teachers and early childhood educators from a wide range of government and non-government services.
She also worked with the NSW Institute of Psychiatry to write Giving Children a Safe Start: The role of Mental Health and Drug and Alcohol Workers, a seven-hour online learning program focusing on understanding and responding to the needs of vulnerable children and their parents.
Beth is a member of the Australian Association for Infant Mental Health and was a member of AAIMHI’s NSW’s Committee between 2001 and 2014. She is an associate member of the Australian Psychological Society.
Visit Beth’s website for more information, useful resources and upcoming professional development.